Sometimes you can tell a renovator was on their game. The expertise leaps through listing photos, and the tastefulness casts a spell. This is one of those times. On 4th Street, this 1913 Midtown traditional sits a short stroll from Piedmont Park and adroitly blends old-school class with the prerequisites of today's buyer. If that sounds patronizing, so be it. At 2,466 square feet, it's asking $699,000, and that includes five bedrooms, four bathrooms and an in-law suite or apartment with a separate entrance. The restored hardwoods on the main level are century-old oak, with Brazilian walnut inlays. The backsplashes are basket-weave glass, the stainless appliances are custom, and the pantry is professional-grade. The Walkscore here is a respectable 83. The décor, however, is awfully damn fishy.
· 352 4th St. [Estately]